Bridges welcomes the Mothers, Carers, and Daughters of Eidsvold to a culturally sensitive 3-day workshop. Through this creative workshop, the group will receive information, referral pathways, how to prevent daily stressors, manage negative impacts, strategies, and practical ways to improve their emotional wellbeing.
Take 10-min to listen to a Bridges 'Digital Ways to Wellness' webinar.
A Bridges mental health professional hosts one of the 10-min on-demand videos. They introduce you a smart phone app you can use to manage your mental health. In every-day language, they explain how the app can make a big difference in your life.
If you want to manage your anxiety, depression, mood swings, insomnia or addictions, take 10-minutes to learn about an app that's backed by science and can help.
The events are for women from the North Burnett region who have been doing it tough due to drought, flood, fire or other adverse events. They are part of the Bridges 'Tag a Mate, Take a Break' program in the North Burnett region, to promote wellness and self-care in the community.
We wanted to provide an opportunity for women from the North Burnett, Bridges Health & Community Care will host a series of 'wellness from women' events.
The community of the North Burnett region has experienced hardship over many years due to drought, fire, flood or other event in the region. In the midst of adversity individuals can find it hard to take a break. That’s when we need the support of friend.
We wanted to provide an opportunity for men from the North Burnett region to come together to support community wellbeing. Bridges hosted a fishing retreat in Hervey Bay with keynote speaker, Shane Webke.